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How do I start I as a Muslim love Australia as much as another Australian does Its where I grew up its where my kids will grow up and its where Ill most probably come to pass There are so many things I love abut Australia the people the land and the lifestyle Its a society where people from all over the world have come together and live in peace and harmony In a subtle environment where every one gets along quite fine seems as though its Moores utopia However there are many out there in society of whom wish to disturb this peace this harmony and create cultural and religious differences that ultimately divide society and make it as though its the clash of civilisations when it really isnt The experience of being Muslim in Australia has defiantly changed post 9-11 Before 9-11 most Australians did not know what a Muslim was nor did they really care But thanks to our media most people either know something about Muslim or have an opinion on Muslims My religion of Islam is so misunderstood and so taken out of context in so many cases in society it hurts me as a person that people can make direct assumptions just by the actions of a few extremist people What hurts me even more is that Islam goes to trial along with a Muslim criminal When I hear news reports stating things like Islamic Terrorism or Islamic Extremism I feel confused in a way because to me its an oxymoron The actual meaning of the word Islam is peace and surrender so what does peaceful terrorism look like It reminds me of David Oldfields rhetoric that not all Muslims are Terrorists but all Terrorists are Muslims Okay so the IRA and ETA are atheist movements I believe I speak for a lot of informed people when I say that the mainstream media has been overly
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